The prolonged slump in crude prices is rippling beyond the oil industry into areas of the North American economy that, until recently, had managed to avoid the worst of the downturn.
In a fresh sign of Chinese leaders’ growing confidence in the stock market’s recovery, regulators lifted a restriction on brokerages’ proprietary trading imposed during the summer rout.
Slowing sales and a chunky valuation suggest Campbell needs to cool off before investors take another spoonful.
The $155 billion combination of Pfizer and Allergan will face some hurdles. Price doesn’t seem to be one of them
Activist investor Elliott Management is used to shaking things up but that might not be why it has disclosed a stake in Alcoa
Digital downloads are putting more pressure on the game retailer as it races to diversify
Simon Potter is charged with implementing the mechanisms that will raise interest rates when Federal Reserve policy makers make that call.
American homeowners are digging out of the housing crisis. But housing wealth is playing a much smaller role in the overall economy than it did before the downturn.
Lutz Otte netted more than $600,000 from passing stolen Swiss bank client data to German tax authorities. Now Switzerland proposes easing bank-secrecy rules to allow cooperation with foreign agencies when data is stolen.
Renewable-energy ‘yieldcos’ got everyone excited, then fizzled. Will they reinvent themselves?